While celebrity weddings bring a lot of glitz and glam, we love stealing inspiration from their unique and personalized wedding themes. Whether it’s the location or the outfits, there’s always something that we end up pinning to our wedding mood boards. And Marathi actors’ Mithali and Siddharth’s traditional wedding was one of those inspiring weddings this year. The couple opted for a very subtle traditional wedding celebration as opposed to a grand and loud fiesta. They performed all the Marathi wedding rituals with close family members and friends.

Know all about Mithali and Siddharth’s wedding.

Browse And Pin Your Favorite Elements From Marathi Actors’ Wedding Celebration-

1. Twinning Like A Boss!

Superstars Mithali and Siddharth hit the right spot with their adorable and fashionable matching outfits. The couple wore matching wedding outfits for their pre-wedding functions and gave us some major couple goals. And Mithali’s ‘pawsome’ friend Dora’s special appearance was clearly a show-stealer.

Couple Mehendi outfits

couple Haldi pictures

wedding pictures with pets

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2. Venue And Decor

Since the couple was all about celebrating their wedding fully traditionally, the wedding venue was also someplace that held some history inside. The Marathi actors chose a Maharashtrian heritage mansion called ‘Dhepe Wada’ in Pune as their wedding venue. The venue seemed to be the perfect choice for the couple that celebrated their ethnicity on their wedding day. The floral decor surely added a very classic Marathi touch to the wedding.

wedding venue in Pune

floral wedding decor

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3. Personalized Mehendi Design

Bride Mithali was a vision in her pre-wedding and wedding outfits. And her cheerful Mehendi pictures totally have our hearts. The personalized details in the Mehendi are always a great way to make your Mehendi more memorable and special. We loved the adorable pandas embedded in Mithali’s hand.

bridal mehendi

Mehendi designs for brides

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4. Bridal Looks

So, what if the wedding was a traditional celebration, the style quotient remained uncompromised. Stunning actress Mithali served three marvelous looks a bride and we loved each one of them. She wore a green and a yellow nauvari saree for her wedding, which is a traditional Marathi bridal saree. And a red Banarasi saree for her reception. Mithali paired her wedding looks with traditional jewelry. 

Marathi bridal saree

yellow nauvari saree

red banarasi bridal saree

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5. Here Comes The Groom!

Well, if our bride was serving three different wedding looks, our groom wasn’t going to sit back either. Siddharth looked like a Peshwai king in his traditional wedding ensembles. He wore a royal blue kurta with a golden dhoti, as well as, traditional white Angrakha kurta with a pink dhoti for the wedding. For the reception, Siddharth donned a beige sherwani and looked absolutely handsome.

Marathi actor Siddharth

Marathi angrakha kurta

groom sherwani

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6. Marathi Actors’ Wedding Portraits

Believe us when we say this, we haven’t seen a happier couple than Mithali and Siddharth. Their contagious smiles and fun-loving wedding portraits set some major goals for couples. Both Mithali and Siddharth clearly had a lot of fun at their wedding and these pictures are proof.

Mithali and Siddharth wedding

happy couple pictures

couple wedding poses

Steal inspiration from these adorable Marathi couple portraits.

We’ve loved every bit of this lovely wedding, tell us about your favorite moment or element. And find your dream wedding venue with ShaadiWish approved wedding venues.

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